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“Perfect, perfect, perfect,” says Professor Carlo Pedretti of the recently discovered ‘Horse and Rider’, a bronze sculpture by Leonardo da Vinci, May 2012. This bronze was cast from a mold handcrafted by the master in beeswax over five centuries ago…
Leonardo’s dreams seem to have surpassed the dreamer. It is amazing to see all of his lost objects popping up all over the world. It is no wonder since Leonardo lived like a nomad for the most part of his life. At times on the road, he would trade a painting or a sculpture with a farmer for the simple living necessities. So, in the end he had work scattered all over the Italian territory, but not necessarily in rich Palaces.